THE DAILY TIMES-ENTERPRISE.
JOHN TRIPLETT, - - • Editor.
H. B. BURR, • Business Manager.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, last.
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dresses can be changed as often ns is desired.
Edison says ho only sloops four
hours out of the twenty-four. Baby—
>• . After Many Years.
' The Third Georgia will entertain
the delegation from the Kawkiu’s
Zouaves, in handsome style at Fort
Valley to day. • These two commands
crossed bayonets more than onco dur
ing the war. Now, in these piping
times of "peace, the Zouaves come
south, where they will be cordially
welcomed by their old opponents.
The Zouaves bring with them a
handsome shield, fashioned after the
Rhode Islnnd coart of arms, and com
posed of immortelles. The ground
work is of white 1 lossoms, and across
the shield is a band of gray flowers,
on which, in raised blue floral letters
are the words: “Hawkins Zouaves to
the Third Georgia.” Above the band
crimson letters spell ‘‘-Peat":” and
The floral tribute will l>c presented
to the Georgia regiment, and a speech
will be made by ex-Judge Langbein
at the re-union.
And the old soldiers will fight their
battles over again, not on bloody
fields, hut around the festal board.
“Behold how good and pleasant it is
for brethren to dwell together in uni-
The usual semi-weekly murder took
place at Birmingham day before yes
The houseJias passed, aln»st uiun-
imously, the bill to elect university
trustees by the people.
It now leaks out that it. cost the
republicans about half a million to
The bill to incorporate the Baiii-
bridge Cuthbert and AVcBtcrn Rail
road has passed the Senator.
The poor old mutilated code comes
in for a whack in the legislature every
day or two. What's the use of striking
a thing when it is down ?
A bill is pending in the legislature
to elect the trustees of the State
University by the people.
- ma • a • — -
President, Green, of the Western
Union Telegraph Company, one of
tlio bloated monopolies of the day,
has tackled Wanamaker, the “breeches
maker,” now at the head of the post
oflicc department. It is very refresh
ing, and highly edifying to see these
republican patriots whacking at each
other—at long range. .Shorten the
range, gentlemen; come to the scratch.
Wanamaker is yet to be heard from.
There isn’t a very big splotch of blood
on the moon, and the chances of claret
flowing is not very flattering. A mill
between these two would lie enjoyed
by the whole country. Wanamaker
would probably intrench himself be
hind his Sunday school desk. Green
appears to be the more belligerent of
A boy pointed an empty pistol at
another boy the other day. The
empty pistol went off; they all do.
Funeral services from the residence ot
the late boy.
Gov. Beaver, of Pa., has —at last-
decided to surrender Flitnon. the color
ed preacher, who is charged with mur
der in South Carolina, to the legal au
thorities of the latter state.
— ••• m -
it is being whispered in oflicial cir
cles that the N. C. commissioners to the
Samoan conference lately held at Ber
lin, got left. The shrewdness of Bis
marck is cropping out.
“Fighting their Battles
O’er again,” is what some of our boys
arc doing to-day in Fort Valley. On
yesterday and to day the famous old
Third Geoigia Regiment basa reunion
at Fort Valley, and that hospitable
little city has laid out a programme
that will be very much enjoyed by the
old veterans. Mr. Sam Hayes, of our
city, who was a member of Co. K..,
(Athens Guard-) and ]. W. Murray,
of Lake Co., Fla., who was a member
ol Co. 1C., (Governor's Guards, from
Fort Valley) went up yesterday to take
part in the reunion of dieii old com
And to the Britishers didn’t scoop
the beer breweries in the United
States, after all. But they tried to do
so. John Bull must continue to guz
zle his own beer—on the other side of
the Atlantic, or come over here, call
for “Schwei beer” and pay for it. like
Sectionalism will die only when the
republican party dies. Hatred ot the
south, and its abuse, is their only stock
in trade. Whenever these frazzle out
—as they will, perhaps—then will lie
Written the epitaph of the republican
DIED OF SECTIONAL IIATK.
Hon. Pratt Adams and Miss Olm-
Etead, both of Savannah, were mar
ried on Monday. Pratt Adams,
deserves, and no doubt gets, a model
wife. May the future have in store
for him, hnd his, only happiness and
The governor of North Carolina has
lesitrtingly asked Gov. Taylor, of
Tennessee, to give up au escaped pen
itentiary convict from North Caro
lina. Gov. Taylor will think about
it. The matter ought to he referred
to Judge McAllister.
Some member of the logislntme has
capped the climax, by proposing a
bill to force the railroads to run on
time. If the legislature succeeds in
this, it will do more than the most
Competent railroad officials have ever
been able to do. The bill is n farce.
They Must Have Their Say About
from the New York Evening Post. (Iml.)
The "silly season’’ is not apt to pass
any summer without some hn".ibaloo
on the part of the republican editors
about flags. Some years it is a* rebel
flag,” which is alleged to have been
seen floating on a shanty somewhere
down south, and the question is im
mediately raised whether the civil war
was not, after all, fought in vain. This
year it is a state flag—'.lie stale (lag
Laboucherc made a good po tnt yes
terday when he contrasted the fifty
thousand dollar salary ol the President
ofthe'Unitcd States with the three
and a half million dollar bounty given
the queen of England every year.
Pensions to royalists are no longer
popular in England. The spirit of
Democracy is abroad.—Augusta
The “Fats” and “Leans” have
played their match game uf base bqll
in Hawkiusviilc. The Fats were flat
tened out by the Leans, the score
standing IS to 10, at the end of the
1-59th inning. There was a large
amount of fun to the square inch.
Men were heard to smile three quar
ters of a mile off.
Bctore disposing of the income
from the state road, would it not he
well to ascertain what the income will
Belleville, near Darien, promises to
be a seaport city. The Darien Short
Line is to hr. built to that ]>oint from
• point on the 8. F. it W. Ry. We’re
going down to spend a few mouths
with Dick Grubb, when the road is
bnilt. We trust Richard will make
•o extra preparations for our enter-
tain men t family fare will suit usg
And the more there is of it, the bet
ter we shall like it.
Referred to the appropriate com
It has been discovered that the no
gro in Liberty county who claims to
he King Salomon, has at least some
claim to the distinction: lie has sever
al wives. Solomon’s wisdom, how
ever, is painfully lackiug.
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS-
CUTH BERT'S COLLEGE.
A Big Shoo Firm Fails in Boston—An
Earthquake in Japan—Gas to Flo v into
Chicago From Indiania—A Flood
of Amfndmcnfs to the V/. A A.
Lease Bill Great Losses in
New Jersey, Drlawarc and
Arkansas from Floods.
Boston, Tiilv 30.—K & A. II.
Batchellcr & Co , among the largest
boot anil shoe houses in Boston, doing
business at No. 106 Summer street,
Atlanta, G.\ . July 30 —The gov
ernment lias offered $2,500 ren‘al per
annum for the ground floor of the old
capitol for a post office while work is
going on at the custom house.
Yokohama July 30.—Dispatches
received to-day from Nagaski slate
that a dreadful earthquake has occur
red in the western portion of the island
ol Kiou-Siou. The town of Kuma
moto was destroyed. A great num
ber ol people perished and a vast
amount of property was destroyed.
Atlanta, Ga., July 00.—The
Western and Atlantic lease bill was
the special order in the House to-day,
but no progress was made with it be
yond the discovery of a quantity of
amendments of all sorts. There , was
such a rush of amendments, many of
them demanding careful .considera
tion, that it was decided to let them
all in without discussion, and submit
them first to the public printer. The
bill, the substitute proposed by the
committee, ami the amendments of
fered to-day, will be before the House
to-morrow and in nil probability for
the next two weeks.
Chicago, July B0. —A local paper
says that Messrs. Elkins and Widner,
of Philadelphia, who arrived in the
city yesterday afternoon, told for the
first time of a syndicate having been
formed some time ago which has sc :
cured gas rights in Indiana of between
50,000 and 60,000 acres, and will pipe
natural gas to Chicago. When asked
about the Indiana law which prohibits
any gas being run out of the State,
Mr. Elkins said: “Oh, we are going
to have that declared unconstitution
al.” Mr. Elkins said further: “This
syndicate .numbers thirteen members.
They arc till Chicago men except Mr.
Hcquenherg, a Pennsylvania oil man,
Mr. Widner and myself. All have
just signed a contract for building
pipe lines and lamps. Mr.JIcqucii
berg is to btiiffl the line, and lie. con
tracts to have gas flowing into Chica
go mains by Nov. 1. He is the man
who built the pipe line to Buffalo, and
tlie first man who coned veil the idea
The Citizens Aro Doing Good Work' Fdf
Their Pet Sohool.
•‘The Injure! of trustees of the Agricultural
(Jollcg nre laboring cuincstly nnd doing
some noble rork for tlio advancement of
higher and better education, nnd the inter
est of lliis well-known institution. Yester
day they elected the following professors
and assistants to President Clark:
Miss Lota Clark and Miss Maria Freeman
were elected teai tiers for the primary classes;
Prof. Lewis W. Haskell of South Carolina, a
first-honor graduate of the Citidcl schools of
Charleston, S. C.. was elected military com
mander and professor of mathematics; Prof.
—Hooper of Virginia, a graduate of a Vir
ginia university with honors, was elected
professor Ol modern and undent languages.
This makes a complete faculty of Able nnd
competent instructor*, nnd the best equipped
school lor boys add young men, by far, in
The military feature, under the charge of
a military graduate, ,s an important one.
Another is that board is very cheap nnd
tuition is free, nnd still another fentune is
that the city lias purchased a boarding house
for the college, and tuis will he ample nnd
complete, and meet a long-felt wint The
college had near two hundred boys nnd
young men last year, representing three
states nnd twenty-three counties. Next
year the number will far exceed this.”
Our own South Georgia College
should be receiving the maturing care
ot all concerned in its welfare.
The largest ship in the British navy,
the Trafalgar, launched two years ago,
has landed with success. She is 345
feel long, 73 feet beam, and 12,818
Dr. Talmngc gets 8500 per night
for "his lectures. Lecturing pays.
That is sure enough lectures. There
arc some lectures which—well, they
don’t draw to speak of.
* Local Bill.
Notice is hereby given that application
will be nimlc to the Legislature now in ses-*
sion for the passage of a bill to to be entitled
For the protection of deer, wild turkeys,
4|iinils nml partridges, in the county of
11 disease,Ims entered the system the. only
way to drive it out is to purify nnd enrich
the blood. To this end, ns is acknowledged
by all medical men,nothing is better adapted
than iron. The fault hitherto has been that
iron could not be so prepared ns to lx* abso
lutely harmless to the teeth. This difficul
ty lms been overcome by the Brown Chemi
cal Company of Baltimore, Md. f who offer
their brown's Jron Hitters as a faultless iron
preparation, a positive cure for dyspepsia,
indigestion, kidney troubles, etc.
Sumner Mon Hates
I’.iKsrxuKii Di-’t S. F. k \V. Rv„ |
Tiiumasvillk, Ga., Is . June, 1S8U. (
of pumping natural gas through long
pipe lines. Our line will he 188 miles
long. Wc shall put in at the start
two 8 inch pipes. These will deliver
40,000,000 feet a day. The l ight of
way for the line is nearly all obtained,
anil every contract is let for the com
pletion of the work.”
Newark, N. ■ .1., July SO.—The
most disastrous storm that has
visited this vicinity occurred this af
ternoon and evening. In this city
cellars were (l< oiled and sewers hurst.
Work had to he suspended in the
factories in tlio lower section.
I11 South Orange several buildings,
including the post-office, were carried
away, and 250 barrels of flour were
washed out of one store house.
In Orange Valley the water is up
to second story windows, and great
damage has been done to the stock in
the numerous hat factories there: The
people were compelled to paddle
around on planks and to swim in or
der to go to places of safety on the
Wilmington, Del., July .To.—The
reports of the damage by last week’s
storm in Sussex county, Delaware,
and Wicomico and Worcester* count
ies, Marylaud, say the prospective
peach yield in western Sussex will he
reduced nearly one-half, while corn
on the lowhtnds is almost ruined. A
Laurel (Mil.) dispatch tells of farm
ers wading in water up to their Jnccs
to pick peaches.
Little Rock, July 30.—The dam
age by the storm already heard from
in Johnson county alone is over
8500,000 in houses, bridges and him
her washed away at Darnell. The
Alexander, X. 0 $22 70
All llcallnv Springs, N. C 23 10
Asheville, N. C 22 70
Anniston, Ain 17 -10
black Mountain, X.C 23 00
HiTunnel, Vu .’ 30 00
lllue Ridge, Va 1 30 00
Cumberland Falls, Ky 23 05
Flat Rock, X. C 22 50
French Lick Springs, Ind.; via Mont
gomery 30 75
Gninc9Yille, Ga 14 05
Hendersonville, X. C 22 70
Hickory, X. C 23 50
Hot Springs, .Vn ; 40 50
Loin, Gn 15 00
Lurny Caverns 3,5 85
Marietta, Gn v 13 30
Marion, X.C 24 05
Mount Airy, Gn 10 30
Newport News, Vn 37 30
Niagara Falls, X. Y. via Cincinnati... 45 55
Norfolk, Va 37 30
Old Point Comfort, Vn. via A. C. L...'. 30 30
Powder Springs, Gn 13 45
Roanoke, Va t. 30 00
Spartanburg, S. C 20 70
TnteSprings (Morristown) It tiO
Tallulah Falls, Ga 17 25
Toccon, Gn 10 05
Trvon, X. C 21 55
Walhnlla, S. C. 18 80
Warm Springs, Ga 12 70
West linden Springs, Ind., via Mont-
goiAry 30 75
White Sulphur Springs, Gn 15 25
White Sulphur Springs, West Va 34 50
Tickets on sale June 1st to September 30th,
1880. Good to return not later than Octo
ber 31st, 1880,
The above nnmed points arc only a few ot
the Summer resorts to which tickets arc
Should parties desire information in re
gard to places not n imed in the above list,
will cheerfully give it to them.
F. M. Van DYKE,
Passenger k Ticket Agent,
W. P. HARDEE,
Gen. Passenger Agent,
CATARRH CURED, health nnd sweet
breath secured, by Shilot’s Catarrh Remedy.
Prico 50 cents. Kasai Injector free
river has riseu 10 feet in four hours
and is still rising.
Wheatstone concluded that electri
city traveled at the rate ol 288,000
miles per second, and Maxwell con
sidered it to travel at or about the
same as that of light.
Only Genuine N^stem ol'Memory Trainings
Four Hooka I,earned-in one reading*
Wind wandering cured*
Every child nnd nda't areally benefllted*
* Great iwtaceuwiitfi to G srrenpondonce Ol&SMI.
Profpectna, iri*t» ot fir* \Vm. A. Jlnni*
moml, the w*\.|.fn u d y.;«N;Uiirt to MlndDlwuw.
Daniel Green I »irThwniuon.«mt Pwehol.
J. 3f. I! tick Icy, D IK. editor of the Christian
REED & CULPEPPER’S
120-122 Broad St., - Thomasville, Ga
:School and Blank Books, Stationery,:
Of every style. Pianos and Organs, Sheet Music, Etc.
< BEA.R IN MIND
THAT THEY HAVE THE
Handsomest and Best kept Drug Store
Where you can find fresh and pure drugs and get prescriptions compounded at all hours’
day or night, by competent Pharmacists. They use only Squihh’s preparations in the
prescription department and guarantee goods and prices.
ItEID A CULPEPPER, 120-122 Broad Sit.
Worth is now offered until the first
At Cost and Below,
As our Mr. S. Steyennan hastnade up his mind to otto rid the
great clothing trade, where he will be 011c of the largest buyers
the coining season, is why wc make the above. ofFir. Wc will
be pleased to have you call.
L. Steyerman & Bro.
L. SCHMIDT, Proprietor.
Ilcadquurlcru for purr •jirbonutcd bever
ages, ut wholesale and retail. Best soda
water with pure fruit juice flavors.
Ice Cream Parlors
Specially fitted up for the accommodation
of the Ladies.
On draught also, the new Mexican
Non-alcoholic, delicious, cooling, vitalizing.,
A NKUVE TONIC. This delightful bever
age Is not only the most palatable drink
ever •dispensed from the soda fountain, but
is as well a perfect tonic and system vitalizcr.
It improves the appetite, aids digestion ami
maintains the normal tone of healthy func
Prepared from 4 the nutritious properties
of pure fruit juices, combined with the ex
tract from a small tropical plant found in
lower Mexico, ot which the medicinal prop
erties are invaluable, and its favor delicious.
It Cannot Be Used to Excess.
Not n foaming gas drink, causing belching
ol wind and unpleasant effects after drink
ing. No etheral extracts or liquors, but a
solid thirst-quenching, delicious drink; an
extremely pleasant and efficient tonic, over
which nine out often persons arc cn husias-
tic with praise.
Everybody Likes It,
Everybody Wants It,
Everybody Drinks It.
“FRUI MIZ,” the’finest beverage in the
Proprietor Thomasville Bottling Works,
W. S. Brown, the Jeweler, has se
cured the agency for nil the Hint-class
Pianos and Organs, which bo Is selling
at tlio lowest prices for cosh or on long
time. Those desiring to purchase will
do well to learn his prices and terms.
Reid k Culpepper nre keeping up with the
procession, they have secured the agency of
he famous Star Mineral Water, the ficcs
reparation known lor dyspepsia,. It i
u urantecd to cure. 4 G t
The Kpiscopal Rectory, on McLean Ave
nue. "osi-.-ssion given ut once. Apply to
Rev. C. I. LaRocue,
tf. * FletchcrYlll*.
Reynolds, Hargrave & Davis, Prop’rsi.
ROUGH & DRESSED
OFFICE, CHURCH & STORE,
Wire Screen Doora and Windows, Sash*
Doors and Blinds
AND INSIDE HARDWOOD FINISH A
REAL ESTATE AGI \T.
OFFICE IR MITCHELL HOUSE BLOCK.
City m4 Cooitrj Propttlt for Sale,
HOUSES RE NTED ~
And Iain in Id.
Bring me a description oi your proper!'
Ten head of Young horses and marcs,
from three to eight years old; home-raised
from the best breeds that have been brought
to this county, nnd most of them well broke.
Included is the trdtting stallion, Sam Jones,
four years old (sire Revoke, .lain Whirlwind),
works well anywhere, double or single, and
any woman or child can drive him that can
drive any horse. They will b* sold. I
don’t expect to get the value for any of
them, so any party who wants good stock
for any purpose, will find this probftfv the
Jest opportunity that will be offered in this
Also a few acres of land. • ‘
W. M. SMITH, i .
d&w Poverty Hill Farm.